Virginia Beach has asked United Way to be their partner on creating a fund for the victims. 100% of the funds raised will go to the victims affected by this senseless tragedy in our community. Please note, donations given to victim assistance funds are generally considered personal gifts and are not guaranteed to be tax deductible so you will not be receiving a tax donation receipt. As always, you can check with your tax advisor for further assistance.
Go here to donate: https://unitedwayshr.org/vabeach/
Your gift would be eligible for CVC Direct Giving reporting once UWSHR is accepted into the 2019 campaign. Simply upload your email receipt and note CVC Code 29-005000 on the direct giving form: http://www.cvc.virginia.gov/directgiving.html
More than 1,000 charities apply annually to participate in the Commonwealth's workplace giving campaign.See information on how you can become a charity.
State Employees Making a Difference (Taxation)
The Department of Taxation held its annual CVC Cook Out on Tuesday Sept. 19th , 2017, proceeds benefited the American Red Cross (CVC Code 8228) . They hold this fun event approximately once or twice a year, everyone loves a cook out. Proceeds for this event were a slight lower than usual due to the construction at their principal building, but still $400.00 dollars is a good day!
“E-filers” the Taxation ball team has even dished out ice cream for fundraiser events, a portion of their proceeds also support CVC (CVC Code #3040).
The CVC Taxation Committee organizes and participates to make these events happen. Past Department of Taxation fundraisers have raised money for Veterans, lupus research, cancer research and food banks and have made up to $900.00 with attendance anywhere from 200-400 per event.